Peter Beauchemin - LAER Realty Partners/Beauchemin & Assoc.



Posted by Peter Beauchemin on 1/6/2018

This Single-Family in Manchester, NH recently sold for $316,500. This Colonial style home was sold by Peter Beauchemin - LAER Realty Partners/Beauchemin & Assoc..


19 Rosewood Lane, Manchester, NH 03103

Single-Family

$319,900
Price
$316,500
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Extraordinary Cul-De-Sac Colonial featuring 1st floor with tiled entry with coat closet, stunning updated eat-in kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, garbage disposal, breakfast bar, pantry, wood look tile floor and slider to deck, fabulous formal dining room with hardwood floor, spacious living room with gas fireplace with marble surround and decorative mantle and Brazilian cherry hardwood floor, large great room with Brazilian cherry hardwood floor and cathedral ceiling, 1st floor laundry closet and updated half bathroom with granite counter and wood look tile floor and 2nd floor with magnificent master suite with walk-in closet, linen closet and 3/4 master bathroom with large shower stall, 2 more generously sized bedrooms and full bathroom. Plus full unfinished walk-out basement, central air conditioning, irrigation system, vinyl siding, energy efficient natural gas heat and hot water, public water and sewer, newer hot water heater, modern light fixtures, newer roof, big deck overlooking huge private backyard with shed, paved driveway and auto open 2 car garage all situated on beautifully landscaped nearly 1/2 an acre lot on a lovely cul-de-sac.






Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Peter Beauchemin on 12/24/2017

Most of us toss things into the trash without considering where it goes after. The fact that items end up in rivers, water supplies, the ocean, and landfills escapes us because throwing something into the trash is such a seemingly simple act. However, many common items throughout your home are considered household hazardous waste. The EPA defines household hazardous waste as products that can "catch fire, react, or explode under certain circumstances, or that are corrosive or toxic." The EPA, state and local government regulate the use, storage, and disposal of such materials. Improper disposal includes pouring them into the ground or down a drain, as well as throwing them out with the garbage. Learning which products you need to dispose of properly will help you and the environment. Read on to learn which products you might not realize shouldn't be thrown out with the trash, and how to properly dispose of those items.

Where do I dispose of __________?

  • Batteries  Anything in your home that is battery-powered is considered household hazardous waste. Batteries contain strong, corrosive acids that can harm us and the environment alike. There are many different types of batteries and disposal methods vary accordingly. Contact your local hazardous waste disposal site or bring small alkaline batteries to a recycling center than some stores have.
  • CFL light bulbs CFLs contain mercury and are therefore considered household hazardous waste. You can bring them to your local hazardous waste disposal site or bring them to a store that recycles CFL bulbs, such as The Home Depot. Just call first to make sure your local store participates.
  • Medication, needles, and lancets Many medications can be disposed of in the trash. However, prescriptions should be brought to a take-back facility. Check with your local law enforcement for a time and place to bring expired or unused medications. For sharps like needles and lancets, put them in a sharps container and ask your doctor about local disposal areas.
  • Pesticides and herbicides These chemicals can be dangerous to local plant and wildlife. They can also be flammable and should be disposed of at your local hazardous waste disposal site.
  • Ink cartridges Many stores will collect your used up ink cartridges and give you a discount on your next purchase. Other companies offer rebates for mailing in empty cartridges. Try your local Staples first.
  • Automotive liquids Fuel, oil, antifreeze, and other automotive liquids are all considered hazardous. Many auto parts stores accept used oil and other automotive liquids, or you can bring these items to your hazardous waste disposal site.
  • Household cleaners  Cleaning supplies like ammonia and drain cleaner contain harsh chemicals that may be considered hazardous in your area. If you can't use up the products, you could consider donating them to a local store or organization who could. Otherwise, check with your local hazardous waste disposal center to determine the best option.
  • E-waste (electronics waste) E-waste is growing more and more common with advancing technologies that are becoming outdated faster and faster. Many state and local governments regulate e-waste. Some stores, like Staples or Best Buy, accept electronics and electronic appliances for recycling but you should call before dropping your items off. Another option is to donate your working electronics to a place like Goodwill, Savers, or The Salvation Army.





Posted by Peter Beauchemin on 12/18/2017


25 Meadow Street, Manchester, NH 03103

Single-Family

$249,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2
Baths
Super Split featuring great open foyer leading to spacious living room with gleaming hardwood floor, bay window and vaulted ceiling open to excellent updated eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, pantry, tile floor, breakfast bar, garbage disposal and dining area with slider to recently rebuilt back deck, marvelous master suite with updated full bathroom with jetted tub, tile floor, pedestal sink and linen closet, 2 more generously sized bedrooms with fresh paint and carpet, updated full bathroom with tile floor, finished daylight lower level with fantastic family room with surround sound system included and laundry/utility room. Plus 2 car auto open direct entry garage with utility sink and storage, pull down attic for storage, paved driveway, vinyl siding, new Trex front steps, newer roof, newer oil tank, newer hot water tank, central air conditioning, central vacuum, security system, modern light fixtures, ceiling fans and awesome fenced backyard with deck, irrigation system and shed all situated on lovely landscaped lot in the The Hollow neighborhood with quick access to highways, airport and shopping.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Peter Beauchemin on 12/17/2017

When buying a new house, you’re not just buying a roof to keep over your head. You’re buying a home to build your life in. To create a refuge from the outside world, to create memories within, and to grow your family in.

A home is a reflection of who you are, the things you fill your life with and your values. And this is true for the neighborhood your home resides in as well. Whether you are a young family or planning to start one in the near future choosing the perfect neighborhood for your lifestyle will bring you years of good memories to come.

The perfect place to start when choosing a neighborhood is by asking your agent! So many factors go into selecting a home and we know the importance of the various factors you need to consider for settling a young family. We can choose houses for showing that fit your unique family needs as it grows.

When scouting out local neighborhoods visit their community center and library. Both will be able to provide you with a list of local groups and activities that are available. You’ll most likely be able to find a local paper or newsletter here as well to get a feel the neighborhood’s culture and community involvement.

Most couples start by researching the schools in the neighborhoods on their list. Things to consider are budget and the available extracurricular activities that are available. It’s easy to focus on preschools and kindergartens when searching but remember to look at the middle and high schools as well.

Search for meetups for parent groups that meet regularly to have play dates. This is also a great way to find and meet locals to ask them questions about their experiences with the community. Reach out to the group organizer with a friendly message and they will be more than likely happy to answer and all of your questions.

Take a drive around the area to get a lay of the land. Are there nearby playgrounds and parks you could walk or take a short drive to? Visiting at different times of the day can give you an idea of the neighborhoods general routine. Are there lots of young children getting on the bus in the morning or teenagers riding their bikes around in the afternoons?

You’ll also want to carefully consider costs of homes in that neighborhood and if they fit your budget. If you’re planning a family you’ll want to have an idea of future costs while creating this budget so you don’t find yourself strapped between your mortgage and childcare.

Planning your family’s future is an exciting time and choosing the neighborhood you’ll raise your children in is pivotal. As your family grows over the years their needs will change too. The perfect neighborhood is the one that will have a positive environment for your child whether they’re 18 months or 17 years old.




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Posted by Peter Beauchemin on 12/15/2017

This Condo in Merrimack, NH recently sold for $135,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Peter Beauchemin - LAER Realty Partners/Beauchemin & Assoc..


4 Templeton Court, Merrimack, NH 03054

Condo

$149,900
Price
$135,000
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Terrific Tri Level Townhouse featuring 1st floor with mudroom with coat closet, fully applianced kitchen open to large dining room with picture window, half bath and spacious living room with fireplace with pellet stove insert, built-ins, wall A/C and slider to large deck overlooking private wooded backyard, 2nd floor with 2 sizable bedrooms; 1 with 2 closets, wall A/C and slider to big balcony and full bathroom and excellent unfinished 3rd floor walkup attic with skylights ready for you to finish and add additional 400 square feet for family room or master suite. Plus full unfinished basement with laundry and plenty of storage space, multi zone heat, plumbed for central vacuum, garbage disposal, front porch with storage closet and 2 assigned parking spaces all situated in highly desirable pet friendly beautifully landscaped The Commons at Merrimack with pool, tennis courts, playground and clubhouse. $307/ month condo fee includes water, snow removal, landscaping and trash removal plus $100/month land lease.






Tags: Real Estate   Condo   03054   Merrimack  
Categories: Sold Homes